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LONDON (Reuters) - The Caterham Formula One team say they are going ahead with preparations to race in Japan this weekend despite bailiffs seizing items from their factory in central England on
Pepsi's True move to e-commerce  (02 October 02:46 am) 
Pepsi is launching a new line of naturally sweetened soda, exclusively through Amazon- a big move in an industry that has lagged in e-commerce. Bobbi Rebell reports.
An Israeli start up is developing a robotic weapons system designed to supply autonomous suppression fire for search and rescue vehicles in combat zones. Ben Gruber reports.
Atsi Sheth, senior VP-sovereign risk group at Moody\'s Investors Service, says she does not see a ratings upgrade for India in the next 12-18 months. In an interview with ET NOW, she says they expect
John Sicher, Editor and Publisher of Beverage Digest talks about why Pepsi chose to launch its new naturally sweetened soda on Amazon, their digital marketing strategy, and its changes of success.
OSLO (Reuters) - Norway\'s government is withdrawing Oslo\'s bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, it said on Wednesday, leaving Beijing and Almaty in Kazakhstan as the only contenders after most
Pillow fight record smashed  (02 October 12:47 am) 
More than four thousand students at the University of California-Irvine do battle to win the Guinness World Record for world\'s largest pillow fight. Sharon Reich reports.
Rahul Mishra's exotic spring  (02 October 01:48 am) 
The Indian designer shows a collection that fuses traditional elements with modern silhouettes. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Legendary New Romantic band Spandau Ballet talk their 1980s heyday and a bitter falling out at the premiere of their new documentary. Francis Maguire reports.
Jeffrey Goldfarb talks with Reynolds Holding about Goldman\'s decision to restrict bankers from buying individual securities and why Wall Street allows them to own any at all.
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - North Korea won the Asian Games women\'s soccer gold medal for a third time on Wednesday, beating 2011 World Cup winners Japan 3-1 at Munhak Stadium.
Drama and controversy reign at Asian Games  (01 October 09:47 pm) 
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - Cries of foul play took over the Asian Games on Wednesday when an Indian female boxer refused to accept her medal and Malaysia lodged a formal complaint after one of
LONDON (Reuters) - Malaysian billionaire Vincent Tan has said he would not have got involved in Cardiff City if he had foreseen the problems that confronted him but is convinced the story can have a
Ebola drug stocks soar  (01 October 09:46 pm) 
The first confirmed case of Ebola in the U.S. drove stocks of Ebola drug makers higher, but airline stocks fell on concerns it could scare travelers. Fred Katayama reports.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Men\'s top seed Novak Djokovic maintained his perfect China Open record but Caroline Wozniacki\'s hopes of qualifying for the year-ending WTA Finals in Singapore took a hit after she
With the death toll rising toward 50, footage recorded by the Tokyo Fire Department reveals the challenges faced by first responders after Saturday\'s devastating eruption of Mt Ontake. Rob Muir
France snubs deficit target (again)  (01 October 09:46 pm) 
France has laid down the gauntlet to EU partners with its 2015 \"no austerity\" budget. As David Pollard reports, it blames the fragile economy for taking two years longer than planned to bring its
Zalando kicks off busy IPO week  (01 October 09:26 pm) 
Shares in Europe\'s biggest online retailer Zalando rose as much as 12 percent in their hotly anticipated Frankfurt debut, but quickly fell back leaving traders disappointed. It\'s a busy week for
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - Indian boxer L Sarita Devi could face disciplinary action after being reported to Asian Olympic officials for refusing to accept her bronze medal at the Asian Games on
At least 10 people, none of them reportedly children, were killed when shelling hit a school playground in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk. Mana Rabiee reports.
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - North Korea won the Asian Games women\'s soccer gold medal for a third time on Wednesday, beating 2011 World Cup winners Japan 3-1 at Munhak Stadium.
Hong Kong protest leaders Chan Kin-man and Agnes Chow Ting say pro-democracy demonstrators will not leave the city\'s business district until Chief Executive C.Y Yeung steps down and electoral reform
Hugo Boss moves to Mercedes from McLaren  (01 October 07:15 pm) 
LONDON (Reuters) - German fashion brand Hugo Boss will partner the championship-leading Mercedes Formula One team next year, ending a decades-long association with McLaren.
MOSCOW Russia (Reuters) - The Russian Premier League was rocked by a second instance of racial abuse in less than a week when it was confirmed that Zenit St Petersburg forward Hulk was the target of
BEIJING (Reuters) - Men\'s top seed Novak Djokovic maintained his perfect China Open record but Caroline Wozniacki\'s hopes of qualifying for the year-ending WTA Finals in Singapore took a hit after she